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On November 11, billions of kilometers from Earth, a spacecraft orbiter and lander did what no other had dared to attempt: land on the volatile surface of a comet as it zooms around the sun at 67,000 km/hr.

HL-10 on dry lakebed with B-52 flyby, c. 1966 | Courtesy NASA
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